The Society promotes 1) the preservation, conservation, study, and enjoyment of the native plants of Arkansas, 2) the education of the public regarding the value of native plants and their habitats, and 3) the publication of related information.
Headlines and Links for 2015
SAVE THE DATE
The fall meeting will be October 9-11 in Eureka Springs.
Full Details about the meeting will be published later. Please plan on joining us!
36th Annual Arkansas Audubon Society Halberg Ecology Camp for 11- and 12-year old kids is this June! More info on our Community Events page!
- Claytonia – Spring 2015 edition now available
- ANPS Field Trips for 2015
- Ozark Chapter Spring 2015 Calendar of Events plus the OCANPS Spring 2015 Newsletter.
Volunteer Opportunities are listed on the calendar now. Although we do not sponsor them, we surely support them.
The Arkansas Vascular Flora Committee is pleased to announce the release of Atlas of the Vascular Plants of Arkansas. ORDER FORM
Arkansas Native Plant Society has a growing list of posts called Know Your Natives. These informative articles include beautiful pictures that highlight seasonal native plants. They are written and edited by ANPS members.
Sign up on the website to get an email notifying you when a new article is published. For your convenience, we have added a page with a list of the articles: Resources/Know Your Native Articles. Additionally, the Know Your Natives articles posted from October 2013 to December 2014 have been compiled into a book. Information about the book can be found on our Community Projects page.
Feeling the urge to learn more about Arkansas Native Plants? Become a member of the Arkansas Native Plant Society. Join
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